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was tosh said jackson -- tasha jackson. it happened at the height of rush hour. police believe somebody must have seen some clue. jackson was just 16 years old. she loved to run track. her family can hardly believe she's gone. >> i cannot picture is in my head. >> friday night about 6:00, she was crossing new york avenue near first street. she was outside the crosswalk. a car struck her and the driver stopped. a second vehicle struck again and kept on going. her sister spotted the flashing lights and made the horrifying discovery. >> i saw the street blocked off. >> she died of for injuries the next day. she's the youngest of six. her family is left doing the unexpected planning and raising money for a funeral. >> how could you just hit somebody? why wouldn't you just stop? they're asking witnesses to come forward. >> if you know anything, please come forward. >> it is a tan colored suv would d.c. plates. it may remain not have some type of front and damage. >> here is a look at some of the top stories we're following tonight. prince william county police are investigating a tragic acci
at president obama's cabinet for his second term. our guest is white house reporter david jackson. been a look at what is next for iraq with my coat -- then a look at what is next for iraq with michael gordon. ♪ host: good morning. it is sunday, december 30, 2012. we are less than 48 hours away from going over the fiscal cliff leaders have been working for the weekend to craft a compromise that can be agreed to before midnight tomorrow. it is now all but certain that any deal will be a far cry from the grand bargain that many leaders once imagined. as we take you through all the latest on the "washington journal," we would like to hear what you would like to say to congressional leaders on this 11th hour deal. what tax and spending issues do need included in any compromise. republicans, your number is -- democrats -- independents -- if you are outside the u.s. -- you can also catch up with us on all your favorite social media sites, twitter, facebook, or e- mail us. a very good morning to you. taking to the latest headlines on the fiscal cliff. i will run a few -- through a few
, chicago. >>> coming up in the next hour i'll talk with reverend jesse jackson about the ongoing problem of gun violence in chicago and important ways to solve it. yesterday carol costello interviewed the president of the nra david keene. >> i'll tell you who i'd like to have indicted and prosecuted, the people in chicago, the criminals in chicago who made that one of the most violent cities in maeshlamerica. in chicago there's less chance that you'll be prosecuted under federal firearms laws than in almost any major city in this country and that's a crime. >> reverend jackson knows that city very well so of course we'll get his response to that, that's coming up in about 90 minutes. >>> shifting gears now, by now you've heard all about the finger pointing over the fiscal cliff, it's happening all day, both sides blame each other for the lack of progress and today, top congressional leaders will head to the white house for a meeting with president obama, trying to strike a deal with just four days to go. getting lost in the rhetoric are everyday americans like my next guest, she says was
, atlanta and jackson, mississippi, active weather in those areas. maryland's most powerful radar still scans all clear. finding not a thing on this new year's day. take a look at baltimore, dark and chilly. the winds northwest at 6. weather in motion through the first day of the 2013 year and finding basically nothing but a gray sky and chilly temps, dry weather the story all across the area. parkville that was the keel-- deem and in annapolis, a dry, dry day and few chilly sailors. current winds are north and westerly. they're light and insignificant. temperatures not brutal for early january standards. we do have 30s out to the northwest and west, mid-40s in the area. we'll be colder tomorrow. take a look across howard county. we may struggle to get out of the upper 30s, a partly cloudy scenario. you can see the setup keeping the active weather to our south. that's going to continue to be the case into the overnight. we think all the wet weather stays south. it's not much wet weather to begin with. as we go through the next two days abundant sunshine. clouds mixed with the sun. want
. sabrina pettis and natasha jackson have planned their ceremony down to the minute. their officient will declare them married at 12:501 no matter where she is in the ceremony. the couple lives in frederick with their three children and are glad this moment is finally here. >> i'm just excited and thankful that we could have this day. i'm just happy. >> in november maryland voters approved a referendum to allow gay marriage. the unions are now legal in nine states and the district. well, it is the place to be on new year's eve but if you want to get a spot in times square, you got to get there early. jay gray got there early for us tonight. he is live on the ground for new year's eve with just a few hundred thousand of your closest friends. right? >> yeah. and, jim, getting closer as the night moves on. this place is packed. people still trying to push their way in. we got less than an hour before the ball drops here. we officially welcome in 2013. it's already been quite a party. that will cap it oof. it's also been a very safe night i should add, an army of new york city police off
to stay open past midnight for couples that got their marriage licenses last month. natasha jackson exchanged vows the minute same-sex marriage became legal at midnight. >> been a long road to get here. and i do appreciate everyone that put the milestones in there for to us get to where we're at now. >> maryland voters approved same-sex marriage back in november. gay couples can marry in nine states plus d.c. also happening today, it now costs more to use the dulles toll road. it now costs 50 cents more in fact. increasing to $2.75 each way. that adds up to an additional $260 a year if you take the toll road to work every day. the rate hike will help pay for construction of metro's new silver line and next year the rates go up again. they'll jump another 75 cents to $3.50. >>> this morning, police in prince william county are mourning the loss of one of their own killed in the line of duty. 35-year-old officer chris young was responding to an accident yesterday when he slammed his motorcycle into a minivan on a noakesville road in bristow. when the vehicles collided, they burst into
and that was the motive for murder, but this past july, raymond jackson threw out wolfe's conviction saying barber lied and prosecutors used tainted testimony and knew it. last month, the judge ordered wolfe released in ten days. the prosecutor filed new charges, but today the judge in manassas said wolfe cannot be tried against for any crime in connection with the death of daniel petroli jr. here tess justice center, wolfe remains in custody tonight, but if the judge signs his order of release, he could walk out of here tomorrow evening a free man for the first time in almost a dozen years. >> to see the smiles on his face, he knows this is a huge victory, and it's a great win. so as terry said, we're hopeful he'll be home tomorrow. >>> right now investigators are looking for the cause of a deadly fire in anne arundel county. a disabled man was killed this morning. the heat from the flames set off boxes of ammunition sending bullets flying around the area. neighbors and firefighters tried but could not rescue the victim. >>> house speaker john boehner is promising a vote on a bill that would provide r
this one. you throw it up there for grabs. anybody has a shot to get it. rob jackson with the third pick later in the game which proved to be the dagger. a qbr last night for tony romo, 26.7. that won't get it done. rg iii by comparison, only is00 yard through the air but he rushed for almost 60 in the big touch downwe showed there. it was about alfred morris and that defense. they have done a magnificent job. people were calling for jim has left tt's head early in the season. to get this done somehow on the biggest stage last night, prime time, tip your cap if you're wearing00 today to him and that defense. we'll try to track down lorenzo alexander tomorrow. we'll let the guys sleep in a little bit tonight as they get ready for seattle next week coming in here again. it does feel like prince in 1999. we'll rock some purple. >> all right, dave ross. >> thank you. >>> let's in the forget to give the redskins faithful had some credit. 4,000 fans turned out to watch the redskins beat the dallas cow bows and there are the millions that watched at home and in sports bars as well. audrey barne
going. tarsha jackson died on saturday, a day after the collision. jackie bensen spoke to her family. >> reporter: beautiful, fun-loving and family oriented. that's show she describes her 16-year-old sister tarsha. >> she was a fun person. she liked running around, smiling, laughing, making jokes. she loved -- she loved all of us. she was a kind person. >> reporter: a student at dunbar high school walked out of her family's northwest d.c. home friday evening. moments later she was struck attempting to cross busy new york avenue at first street. please say a 2003 pontiac bonneville struck tarsha who was in the street by just outside the crosswalk. her distraught family kept vigil at her hospital bedside, but she suck coupled to her injuries less than 24 hours later. her sisters and brokerage go. >> the agotten is made worse by a lack of answers about exactly what happened. >> come forward, whoever knew, who did this to my sister, come forward and tell us. because this is just crazy. >> reporter: her mother is now in the position of having to find strength and unfortunately trying to f
. >> the search is on for the driver who ran over a 16-year-old girl and then took off. jackson was crossing a busy new york avenue in northwest friday night when she was hit by a car. police say she was in the street but outside the crosswalk. the driver of that car did stop but then a second vehicle, a tan-colored suv with d.c. plates ran over her while she was on the ground and drove off. the girl died the next day. family members want the driver to do the right thing. >> come forward. whoever knows who did this to my little sister, come forward and tell us. it's crazy. i don't believe she's gone. >> if you have any information about the car that left the scene, d.c. police would like to hear from you. >> new this morning, a deadly shooting forced organizers to cancel the midnight fireworks show in sacramento, california. police are looking for the shooter who fired near where crowds were gathering to bring in the new year. two people died and three others injured. the shooting happened last night around 9:30 near the new year's eve celebration. 6:35 is the time. ahead, the $660 million p
. >> in his christmas eve ruling federal judge raymond jackson said prosecutors added to their misconduct in this case by making a jailhouse visit to triggerman owen barber in september and were recorded making thinly veiled threats if he wavered in his testimony implicating wolfe. >>> metro is selling only about half as many one day rail passes as last year and the transit agency suspects it could be because of recent price hikes. sales slowed after metro added a 28 day unlimited option on its smartrip cards at the same time the transit agency raised the price of the one-day pass from $9 to $14. >>> be prepared to shell out more money for parking in silver spring and north bethesda. short and long term rates went up today. short term rates are $200 instead of 75 cents. -- are now $1 instead of 75 rates. longer remember it rates increased from 60 to 65 cents and monthly parking permits increased from $113 to $123. >> sounds like the only thing not increasing around here is the temperature. >>> i mentioned this on twitter. we haven't had any major arctic outbreaks this winter. it's been ve
, much like on thanksgiving. the final pick came by rob jackson on dallas' second to the last possession of the game. the skins finished the season second in turn jove margin in the nfl. the win over the cow -- turnover margin in the nfl. the win over the cowboys especially sweet for a redskin that used to wear the cowboys helmet. >> i probably want the win more than anybody, man. so it's bittersweet for me. >> we knew we had a lot of talent. we just had to show. it you know what i mean? this is just showing all the stuff we did in the offseason, it talent for nothing and i'm just proud of us. -- it wasn't for nothing and i'm just proud of us. >> let's take a look ahead, sunday redskins, of course, we will have a pregame show starting at 3:30, follow that up at 4:00 by the fox network show, 4:30 kickoff. now the redskins secondary will get aloft from cedric griffin perhaps who is expect -- a lift from cedric griffin who is expected to return after serving a four-game suspension. they call it black monday because a bunch of head coaches got fired today, but that kind of opens the door for
jackson. she's the 18th president of rensular polytech nique institute in troy, new york. this is the oldest institute in the united states and it's my great pleasure to announce her. >> good afternoon. you know there's a significant transformation under way globally in the way we make predictions, make products, make connections and ultimately make progress or not. the transformation i'm speaking of is being driven of course by the extraordinarily rapid expansion and availability of data from multiple sources and ever more powerful analytical and computational capacity that is generating yet new information. let me begin quickly with a vignette that may be a harbinger of things to come. as superstorm sandy, i'm sure you know a lot about it, was beginning to gather steam in the caribbean, five days before it slammed into new jersey and new york, u.s. forecasters were predicting a monster storm but uncertain of its path. by most indications this unusually powerful and complex form would graze the coast but move back out into the north atlantic. however there were steady re
not a member, rose after the religious left in the form of the reverend martin luther king and jesse jackson, etc., etc. the religious right was provoked into politics. the tradition among many protestants was political quietism. and then the supreme court decided that the constitution required that there be at exclusion of religion from the public square in the removal of prayer from schools. deeply offended a great many americans. 40 years ago, next month, they delivered the final provocation for the legitimate political purpose of trying to save the culture. i know a great many people work them up into a frenzy about the threats of theocracy. you use the comparison of iran. good lord. we are so far from any possible menace of religious orthodoxy. try to have a prayer at a high- school football game in texas. there is zero grounds. i do not see it. nor do i think in the members of the religious right, and i know many of them, any desire to tyrannize. they went into politics because they felt they were attacked. they want to be left alone. [applause] >> i appreciate you as a voice of reason
, lisa jackson, has announced she is stepping down. the move ends a four-year tenure marked by high-profile fights with business groups and republicans. >>> and facebook's privacy settings, even tripping up cofounder, mark zuckerberg's family. you think they could figure this out. his sister posted a picture to a personal profile. she thought she clicked on meant for friends only. it ended up being tweeted by a marketing director some 40,000 followers. so from facebook to twitter in a push of a button. jon: take that. nationwide study giving parents something it celebrate other than the fact that their kids are on holiday break right now. this as "the new york times" reports that the battle against childhood obesity may finally be working. obesity rates are declining in parts of the u.s. where this system seemed toughest to resolve. dr. marti mccarry, physician of professor of public health at johns hopkins. what is the headline here, doctor? >> we may start to see the ceiling of child obesity rates. for a long time many of us have been saying where is the end? we've seen the rates
. scott: such time as she may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman is recognized. ms. jackson lee: first of all, i want to thank mr. gowdy for the attentiveness to this legislation and shepherding it from the senate and accepting the senate amendment. i am on homeland security and i believe that the amendment that has been povided under this legislation originally h.r. 2076 will expand your intent and i believe that you believe it as well. i think it's very important to emphasize that we now have extra investigatory skills and techniques and a collaborative effort between homeland security personnel and those in the department of justice to be utilized by the homeland security secretary and the attorney general. helping to investigate violent acts or shootings that occur in venn injures such as schools, colleges, universities, nonfederal office buildings and other places of public use. this includes mass killings, three or more killings in a single incident. we all recognize the tragedy of newtown but there are tragedies that have faced us over the last couple of years. the pr
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